Folding Telescopic Antenna For Garmin Alpha 100 / Astro 220/320 Gps Dog Tracking on 2040-parts.com
Palatka, Florida, United States
Length when extended::About 17 inches
Manufacturer Part Number:does not apply
Reason to buy and use:Will add range to your Garmin system
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(1) NEW Folding Telescopic Antenna for the Garmin Alpha 100 / Astro 220 / 320 GPS Tracking
This antenna folds down and allows your Astro to be
carried safely in most carry cases. It will add range to your system when
extended. It should add at least 25% and in many cases much more. Some people
have said it doubles their range, but all systems are different and the position
of the satelites as well as the weather will have a bearing on your results.
This antenna is easy to install.
You simply unscrew the rubber factory
antenna and screw this antenna in firmly. *DO NOT USE A WRENCH TO TIGHTEN
You could cause damage to your handheld
unit if you do.
Your antenna(s) will be shipped to you within 24
hours of my receiving cleared payment.
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*The handheld and/or carry case in the picture are not included.
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